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Thread: Mute HA versus Turning Off

  1. #11

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    That is true. But I think we have doors on all the rooms in our house and they muffle sound quite well...

    Quote Originally Posted by Musician_72 View Post
    ... so you donīt have children who just start learning to play recorder ...
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  2. #12

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ansextra View Post
    Personally I can't think of any situation where I'd want to hear less...
    I mute mine in order to use a stethescope which allows the low frequency biological sounds to reach my ear drums without being drowned out by amplified noise and speech from all around me. So there are times when a mute button is essential.
    Carol

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  3. #13

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    THAT makes sense to me!

    Quote Originally Posted by Psocoptera View Post
    I mute mine in order to use a stethescope which allows the low frequency biological sounds to reach my ear drums without being drowned out by amplified noise and speech from all around me. So there are times when a mute button is essential.
    Phonak V90 312T w/ Tinnitus Masker

    250hz L-15 R-15

    500hz L-25 R-35
    1000hz L-25 R-35
    2000hz L-25 R-30
    3000hz L-35 R-50
    4000hz L-45 R-55
    6000hz L-50 R-75
    8000hz L-60 R-95

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